It's time to create your Important Documents Folder!

So we’ve all heard it. Be Prepared! But our lives are busy and we say “I’ll get around to it” and we just don’t find the time. Stop delaying and promise me that you will get one thing accomplished this month. Create your families “Important Documents Folder." This is so IMPORTANT! It doesn't have to be complicated. It's simply a folder with a list of all your important information and copies of important documentation. I recommend dividing your documents up into categories. Below is a list to get you started. Identification Birth Certificates Marriage License Social Security Cards Passports Voter Registration Finances Copy of recent credit report. You can get a free report every year. Most R

March: Time to take a hike!

The temperatures this week, social distancing and fewer bugs make it a great time for a hike. It's the perfect time to get outside and discover the amazing trails our area has to offer. Happy Exploring! We are so fortunate to have the 13.3-mile B&A Trail in such close proximity! It stretches from 8th Avenue in Glen Burnie to Jonas Green Park near the Naval Academy Bridge. At about the halfway point of the free-to-use trail, you’ll find the B&A Railroad Museum, built inside the old Frost’s Store, constructed in 1889. During cooler temps, we like to bike on the trail to the Severna Park and stop at The Big Bean for a cup of hot chocolate. Another favorite is the Smithsonian Environmental Resea

What's on your Spring maintenance checklist?

It's a great time of year to check off some household maintenance items and prepare for the season and prevent costly repairs later. Inspect your gutters and downspouts. Remove any debris that has accumulated through the winter and make sure there are no signs of damage to the gutters. Examine roof shingles and the exterior of the chimney for damage that may have occurred during the winter. Have the chimney flue cleaned and roof repaired by a professional. Prepare for the warmer weather by scheduling an air conditioner spring cleaning. And don’t forget to change your filters monthly! Turn on your outside water spigots and test to make sure you have good water flow. Listen inside for any wate

How often should you service your HVAC system?

Your Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning system (HVAC) maintenance will not only save you money on energy, it will also extend it's lifespan which will save money on early replacement. But how often and what type of maintenance does your system require? Even if you don't suspect any problems with your system, it's a good idea to have it inspected, serviced and cleaned once a year to ensure that it works at peak energy efficiency. Have the heating system checked in the Fall and the A/C checked in the Spring. Oil-fired equipment should absolutely be checked at the beginning of every heating season. Left unchecked, your system can lose 5 percent of its operating efficiency each year beca







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